Robert Markham “Mark” Taylor, left, was convicted in the murder of Alex Johnson, right.
Robert Markham “Mark” Taylor, left, was convicted in the murder of Alex Johnson, right. Lexington
Robert Markham “Mark” Taylor, left, was convicted in the murder of Alex Johnson, right. Lexington

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  • Fugitive Eric Conn arrives back in Lexington under FBI custody

    The FBI regained custody of fugitive lawyer Eric C. Conn on Tuesday following his capture in Honduras over the weekend. Within hours, he was back in Lexington, landing just after 7 p.m. and then escorted to an SUV.